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Kirtland Ribbon Cutting Opens Student Food Pantry

Nourishing Bodies and Minds Students, faculty and staff at Kirtland Community College gathered today for a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the official opening of a Student Food Pantry which provides important resources to Kirtland students in need.  The food pantry is located in the lower level of the Administration Building on the Roscommon Campus.  … [Read more...]

Kirtland Community College Starts Food Pantry to Aid Students

Members of Kirtland Community College’s faculty and staff are gathering non-perishable food items in order to maintain a Student Food Pantry on the main campus near Roscommon.  The Kirtland Student Food Pantry, whose motto is “Nourishing Bodies and Minds,” will provide a much-needed resource for any student who is having trouble making ends meet while … [Read more...]

Kirtland Community College and AuSable Artisan Village Community Education

Course Offerings Announced for 2012 Area residents have a chance to study or brush up on a variety of interesting subjects in courses offered as a result of a partnership between Kirtland Community College and the AuSable Artisan Village (AAV).  Classes are taught at the AAV Art Gallery in downtown Grayling during the months of March and April.  Jewelry … [Read more...]

KCC Information Session Explores Careers in Radiography

Kirtland Community College (Kirtland), in partnership with Mid Michigan Community College (MMCC), will host an informational session on its main campus near Roscommon designed to help persons interested in radiography learn more about this exciting career field. John Skinner, director of radiography at MMCC in Harrison, will explain the program and answer … [Read more...]

KCC Reminds Students and Parents: February is Financial Aid Awareness Month

Now is the Time to Apply for FAFSA Attention Parents and College-Bound Students! February is Financial Aid Awareness month.  If you are a student planning to attend college in the fall, OR if you have a student who may be college-bound this fall, now is the time to investigate and apply for financial aid.  Don’t be intimidated – millions of families do … [Read more...]

KCC Recognizes 25-Year Faculty Members

Congratulations to Kirtland math instructor Marcell Romancky and automotive instructor Richard "Smoke" Bonk who have been recognized for 25 years of dedicated service at Kirtland! Marcell started as a student at Kirtland in 1979.  After receiving her bachelor’s degree, Marcell began teaching part-time in the Math Department, worked to complete her … [Read more...]

Kirtland Community College Firebirds MCCAA Conference Play Underway

The Kirtland Community College (Kirtland) basketball teams began MCCAA conference action in January and both women’s and men’s standings are included below. Make sure to check out the Firebirds in action: Womens Basketbal Wed Jan 18 v. Macomb CC, Home @ 5:30p Sat Jan 28 v. Delta CC, Home @ 1:00p Mens Basketball Wed Jan 18 v. Macomb CC, Home … [Read more...]

KCC Library Joins Foundation Center’s National Network

Cooperating Collection Provides Resources for Local Grantseekers Nonprofit organizations and other grantseekers looking for funding sources now have access to a valuable new collection of resources at Kirtland Community College Library, which has become a Cooperating Collection of the Foundation Center of New York. Kirtland Business Instructor Judith … [Read more...]

Kirtland Community College Foundation Announces Fall Scholarship Awards

The Kirtland Community College Foundation recently awarded $4,200 in scholarships, providing financial support for deserving students to offset the cost of pursuing higher education in one of Kirtland’s academic programs.  Multiple endowed scholarship funds exist, providing vital support to one of the central missions of the college, which is to offer … [Read more...]

KCC Announces 2011-12 Fall Semester Honors List

Officials at Kirtland Community College recently recognized students for their academic achievements during the 2011-12 fall semester which earned them placement on the college’s dean’s and president’s lists. To qualify for the president’s list, candidates must be full-time students who earn a grade-point average between 3.8 and 4.0. Dean’s list … [Read more...]